You can run your Tor relay on every supported linux machine that you have SSH access to, be it in your home, a virtual server, or a dedicated server.
But not every hoster or ISP allows Tor relays in their network.
|Name||Server Location||Middle Node (Relay)||Exit Node||Bitcoin||Link|
|Flokinet||Romania, Iceland, Finland||yes||yes||yes||View Page|
|Yourserver||Sweden, Latvia||yes||no||yes||View Page|
|PulseServers||Canada, United Kingdom||yes||yes||yes||View Page|
|BuyVM (Frantech)||United States, Luxembourg||yes||yes||no||View Page|
|KoDDos||Netherlands, Hong Kong||yes||yes||yes||View Page|
In order to run correctly the install script requires that the sudo command is installed on your server.
To check if it is already installed simply run
sudo in your terminal. If you get a response like
-bash: sudo: command not found follow these steps on how to install it: Sudo installation tutorial
To download the script to your server you also need curl.
To install it run the following command:
sudo apt install curl.
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1 To find your OS version run
if this does not work try
2 If this is checked your relay uptime and bandwidth will be counted in the global statistics panel on the top right. This is anonymous. No information will be saved.